For Oak Hills, this meant a series of engagement with:
- Business leaders
- Board members
Results of the Engagements
Many of our engagements were centered around the creation of an eTech Plan for the years 2009-2012 (we’re currently going through the process again for the following three years). The resulting plan can be viewed in its entirety here, but the key points of the engagement were:
- Create and nurture a culture where technology-embedded instruction is an integral part of the everyday learning in ALL classrooms.
- Explore the appropriate role and use of personal technology devices in and out of the school environment.
In the fall of 2010 we opened our High School to student devices. We’re currently exploring the option for middle and elementary schools as well.